Bethany Caputo
Adjunct Lecturer,
Acting Movement

Bethany Caputo (Brooklyn College)


Bethany Caputo’s credits include Sue Bayliss in All My Sons with Alec Baldwin and Laurie Metcalf, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Almost Done, Reunion, and Dark Pony in “The Mamet Festival” at the Goodman Theatre, Louise in The Underpants at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Thomasina in Arcadia at the Court Theatre, Echo in Eleemosynary at Victory Gardens, and Annie O’Reilly in the premiere of Transference at the Mercury Theatre, directed by Jeff Lee. Other regional credits include the premiere of Shakespeare in Hollywood at Arena Stage, directed by Kyle Donnelly, Miss Y in The Stronger at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, Rosaline in Love’s Labour’s Lost at Summer Shakespeare Notre Dame, Corine in The Triumph of Love at the Clarence Brown Theatre in Tennessee, and Suzette in Don’t Dress for Dinner, directed by John Tillenger and performed at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago. Ms. Caputo studied at the Moscow Art Theatre and The London Academy of Theatre and is on faculty at the Michael Chekhov Acting Studio in New York City and with The Michael Chekhov Association. Ms Caputo also appeared in a documentary about the teachings of Michael Chekhov produced by the Michael Chekhov Association and partially funded by the National Endowment of the Arts.